NKE - NIKE, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
-1.33 (-1.59%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close83.44
Bid82.00 x 800
Ask82.56 x 800
Day's Range82.11 - 83.46
52 Week Range66.53 - 90.00
Avg. Volume6,830,290
Market Cap129.056B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.07
PE Ratio (TTM)31.99
EPS (TTM)2.57
Earnings DateJun 27, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.88 (1.14%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-31
1y Target Est91.47
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Duties on soles and other components would hurt the business, as do China’s retaliatory tariffs on U.S. exports, the company said.Trump’s proposed duties “will risk the viability of our made-in-the U.S.A. shoes,” New Balance Vice President Monica Gorman testified.About 320 officials from U.S. manufacturers, retailers and other companies and trade groups are set to appear over seven days of hearings that started Monday at the U.S. International Trade Commission before panels of officials from the Office of U.S. Trade Representative and other agencies. While some companies including Rheem Manufacturing Co. support the duties, most are arguing that Trump shouldn’t tax their products.The footwear firm is among the U.S. companies lining up for the hearing to drive home a now-common point: Trump’s proposed tariffs are bad for business. But the stakes have never been higher, with the latest wave of threatened duties set to hit essentially all remaining imports from China including mobile phones, laptops, apparel and other consumer items.New Balance has long pushed to supply U.S.-made shoes to the Pentagon and argued against reducing tariffs on imported finished footwear when the U.S. was negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership with 11 other nations earlier this decade. But Trump withdrew from the TPP in 2017, and his use of tariffs on goods and components has drawn opposition from a swath of U.S. companies and industries.While Trump likes to say China is paying the tariffs, economists say it’s U.S. importers that pay them and some of that gets passed to consumers in higher prices. Companies also say they can’t easily avoid them by moving operations outside China, as the president suggests.China accounted for about 42% of all apparel and 69% of all footwear imported into the U.S. in 2018, according to the American Apparel & Footwear Association. A tariff of 25% will cost a family of four at least $500 more for goods, said Rick Helfenbein, president and chief executive officer.“Please, please don’t tax the U.S. consumer,” Helfenbein told the panel.It’s the fourth round of hearings, after Trump levied duties on $250 billion of products last year. As talks on a trade deal with China faltered last month, he ordered a tariff increase to 25% from 10% on $200 billion of goods and targeted an additional $300 billion in products -- including consumer goods the administration spared in previous rounds.Hallmark, Forever 21Some executives are coming to Washington to testify for the fourth time, even though many don’t have much hope of success given that Trump sees tariffs as “beautiful” and leverage for a deal -- especially after he said the threat of duties on Mexico produced an immigration pact. Some firms got goods removed from previous tariff lists, only to have them put back.Retailers including Best Buy Co. Inc., Jo-Ann Stores LLC and Forever 21 Inc.are opposing duties on goods including computer tablets, smartwatches and artificial plants. Hallmark Cards Inc. said greeting cards and Christmas ornaments should be spared because of the impact on retailers, consumers and even the U.S. Postal Service.Technology products account for more than half the value of the $300 billion, which will raise prices for consumers and could prove “catastrophic” -- especially for small- and medium-size firms, the Consumer Technology Association said.Element Electronics was able to add jobs after the Trump administration decided to remove LCD panels from a previous tariff list, but if the panels remain on the current list, the company will have to shutter its U.S. plant in South Carolina and move to Mexico or another country, General Counsel David Baer said.“You have to fix this unintended consequence,” Baer said.Christmas GrinchThe proposed duties have also drawn opposition from companies that sell products including eyeglasses, fireworks, books, art, vinyl gloves, skis, fishing equipment, seafood, baby cribs and toys.“Look out, American toy shoppers here comes the Grinch That Tariffed Christmas!” Wendy Lazar, the founder of I Heart Guts plush toy company in California, posted online.The proposed tariffs would even hit ship-to-shore gantry cranes that handle cargo containers and aren’t made in the U.S., said John Reinhart, chief executive officer and executive director of the Virginia Port Authority. That would affect two cranes costing $19.5 million it ordered in May, diverting funds from other infrastructure projects, he said.The tariffs could be imposed after a seven-day rebuttal period ends July 2.Trump is still waiting for a response from Chinese President Xi Jinping about meeting to restart trade talks, economic adviser Larry Kudlow said last week, while warning that Beijing may face consequences it if refuses. Trump has repeatedly threatened to raise tariffs if Xi doesn’t meet with him at the G-20 leaders’ meeting from June 28-29 in Osaka, Japan.Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross downplayed the prospect of a major trade deal emerging from a possible meeting between the two presidents, telling the Wall Street Journal in an interview Sunday that the most he thinks will happen is an agreement to resume talks.Walmart Inc., Target Corp., Macy’s Inc. were among about 660 companies and associations that made a plea last week to Trump not to impose additional tariffs on Chinese goods, and to return to the negotiating table to strike a trade deal with Beijing. Almost 140 apparel and footwear companies also sent a letter to Trump on Monday opposing the duties.The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is filing comments also urging the administration to finalize a deal that removes the tariffs. Despite attempts to assure Americans there’s a strategy to resolve trade disputes without hurting U.S. interests, “these assurances lack the coherence that would provide comfort to those businesses, farms and workers whose livelihoods are being put at risk,” the chamber said.(Updates with company comment in third paragraph and other details.)\--With assistance from Ben Holland.To contact the reporter on this story: Mark Niquette in Columbus at mniquette@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Sara Forden at sforden@bloomberg.net, Sarah McGregorFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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    Nike Inc NYSE:NKEView full report here! Summary * Perception of the company's creditworthiness is negative * Bearish sentiment is low Bearish sentimentShort interest | PositiveShort interest is extremely low for NKE with fewer than 1% of shares on loan. This could indicate that investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices are not currently targeting NKE. Money flowETF/Index ownership | NeutralETF activity is neutral. ETFs that hold NKE had net inflows of $7.56 billion over the last one-month. While these are not among the highest inflows of the last year, the rate of inflow is increasing. Economic sentimentPMI by IHS Markit | NeutralAccording to the latest IHS Markit Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) data, output in the Consumer Goods sector is rising. The rate of growth is weak relative to the trend shown over the past year, however. Credit worthinessCredit default swap | NegativeThe current level displays a negative indicator. NKE credit default swap spreads are near their highest levels for the past 1 year, which indicates the market's more negative perception of the company's credit worthiness.Please send all inquiries related to the report to score@ihsmarkit.com.Charts and report PDFs will only be available for 30 days after publishing.This document has been produced for information purposes only and is not to be relied upon or as construed as investment advice. To the fullest extent permitted by law, IHS Markit disclaims any responsibility or liability, whether in contract, tort (including, without limitation, negligence), equity or otherwise, for any loss or damage arising from any reliance on or the use of this material in any way. Please view the full legal disclaimer and methodology information on pages 2-3 of the full report.

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Online retail and e-commerce are themes dominated by Amazon in the U.S., but these themes are global, making XBUY one of the best ETFs to consider in this space.XBUY holds 46 stocks and tracks the EQM International Ecommerce Index. That benchmark "seeks to measure the performance of equity securities issued by non-U.S. companies that derive at least 90% of their revenue from online business transactions or e-commerce platforms," according to Amplify.XBUY's holdings include traditional retailers, online travel providers and marketplace companies, such as Shopify (NYSE:SHOP). XBUY is one of the best ETFs for tactical investors seeking ex-U.S. exposure because online shopping has significant tailwinds. * 7 U.S. Stocks to Buy With Limited Trade War Exposure "Ecommerce represented a growing share of the retail market in 2018, taking a 14.3% share of total retail sales last year, up from 12.9% in 2017 and 11.6% in 2016," notes Digital Commerce 360. "More significant is that ecommerce sales represented more than half, or 51.9%, of all retail sales growth. This is the largest share of growth for purchases made online since 2008, when ecommerce accounted for 63.8% of all sales growth." ProShares Online Retail ETF (ONLN)Expense Ratio: 0.58%The ProShares Online Retail ETF (NYSEARCA:ONLN) is one of the best ETFs for investors looking for umbrella exposure to the biggest names in online retail. Case and point: ONLN allocates over 40% of its combined weight to Amazon and Alibaba (NYSE:BABA). 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Methanex (MEOH)As I write this, Methanex (NASDAQ:MEOH) is trading within seven cents of its 52-week low of $41.39, which is more than half its 52-week high of $83.23. Methanex is one of the world's largest producers of methanol which its customers to use to make everything from adhesives to windshield washer fluid. It also sells methanol to oil refiners who turn it into a high-octane fuel. Based in Vancouver, B.C., the company expects strong demand for methanol over the next four years with a growing piece of its business going to companies converting methanol to olefins which can then be turned into polyolefins, which are used to make all kinds of plastics. In late April, Raymond James analyst Steve Hansen suggested to clients that they consider Methanex stock because of its steep decline in price. Hansen's got an $80 price target and an outperform rating on it. "We continue to recommend that investors accumulate MEOH shares based upon our constructive view on improving methanol fundamentals, the company's robust associated free cash flow profile, and the stock's attractive valuation," Hansen stated.Trading at a level it hasn't seen since June 2017, if the economy holds, MEOH is a bargain. Wolverine World Wide (WWW) Source: Brubastos via Flickr (modified)Wolverine World Wide (NYSE:WWW) is trading within 38 cents of its 52-week low of $27.64, which is 31% below its 52-week high of $39.77. Wolverine, known for footwear brands such as Keds, Hush Puppies, Skechers, Sperry, and many more, is having a tough time dealing with tariffs on the Chinese shoes it imports. It recently asked the Trump government to reconsider increasing these tariffs as it would mean American households would be paying as much as a 100% duty on shoes imported from China. "While U.S. tariffs on all consumer goods average just 1.9 percent, they average 11.3 percent for footwear and reach rates as high as 67.5 percent. Adding a 25 percent tax increase on top of these tariffs would mean some working American families could pay a nearly 100 percent duty on their shoes," the letter stated. * 5 Healthcare Stocks to Pick Up From the Wreckage While the near term doesn't look good for the Michigan company, it still anticipates revenue growth in the low-to-mid-single digits in 2019. Despite all the tariff troubles, it estimates adjusted earnings per share will be at least $2.20, which means it is currently trading at less than 13 times its forward earnings. By comparison, Nike (NYSE:NKE) trades at almost 27 times its forward earnings. Simon Property Group (SPG)Source: m01229 via Flickr (Modified)Simon Property Group (NYSE:SPG) is trading within 2% of its 52-week low of $159.69, which is 17% below its 52-week high of $191.41.Recently, a group by the name of Peer & Peri LLC made a mini-tender offer to purchase up to 20,000 of the mall owner's shares at a 21% discount to the $178.11 share price at the commencement of the offer on May 6. Down 8% since the offer was disclosed, it expired on June 6 at 5 p.m. Although Simon put out a statement recommending shareholders reject the below-market mini-tender offer, these things are intended to catch investors off guard, prompting them to mistakenly sell their shares at a discount. If you Google "Peer & Peri LLC," you will see that it happens to a lot of reputable companies. I'm not sure why it's allowed to happen, but it is. Forbes contributor Sanford Stein, who's spent four decades studying retail, recently made a great observation about Simon."David Simon knows this stuff. That's why he is CEO of the largest mall developer in the country, with over 200 of the best remaining malls. It's also quite likely that when the 1,300 or so malls that exist today are reduced to 500 or 600, in say the next decade, Simon Property Group will still own and manage the best ones," Stein wrote May 14. I like the idea of getting SPG stock at $140 a share, but I wouldn't recommend you try to do it the Peer & Peri LLC way. CVS Health (CVS)Source: Mike Mozart via FlickrCVS Health (NYSE:CVS) is trading within 5% of its 52-week low of $51.72, which is 37% below its 52-week high of $82.15. CVS held its annual investor day June 4; a day in which CEO Larry Merlo spent most of his time assuring shareholders that its acquisition of Aetna would pay dividends in the long run despite the apparent near-term difficulties. Merlo sees the company generating double-digit sales growth in 2022 once the $70-billion purchase is fully integrated. CVS is building a vertically integrated health business that provides everything from insurance, prescription drug benefits, healthcare services, and retail drugstores. It expects to find at least $300 million in synergies in 2019 and $800 million in 2020. "Keep in mind we're in the early innings of our transformational journey," Merlo told investors. "This will be a multi-year journey with benefits building over time as we continue to build and refine new programs to better serve the needs of our stakeholders."I'm normally not a fan of large acquisitions, but given how incredibly dysfunctional the U.S. healthcare sector is, anything that reduces the cost while maintaining profitability, is bound to do well in the long run. * 7 Stocks to Buy That Don't Care About Tariffs Take advantage of the uncertainty to get a well-run company at a very reasonable price. Pentair (PNR)Source: HereStanding via Flickr (Modified)Pentair (NYSE:PNR) is trading within 3% of its 52-week low of $34.72, which is 25% below its 52-week high of $46.00.Pentair became a pure-play water company in April 2018 when it spun-off nVent Electric (NYSE:NVT), its electrical connection and solution company. As a result, Pentair now has three water-related businesses only: aquatic systems, filtration solutions, and flow technologies. Given the importance of water in our world, the hiving off of its electrical business allows Pentair to focus entirely on water technology.Although the company's first-quarter core revenues were down 4% over the same time last year and its adjusted earnings per share fell 12%, it still expects to report adjusted EPS of at least $2.30 in 2019, which means it's currently trading at less than 11 times its 2019 earnings. Furthermore, with three operating segments generating almost identical revenues, it's got downside protection built right into its business model. Should a recession come to pass, it won't be overly reliant on a single segment for sales. It's not a sexy business, but it's got an excellent 2.9% dividend yield to get paid until its growth initiatives take hold. Urban Outfitters (URBN)Source: Shutterstock Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ:URBN) is trading within 4% of its 52-week low of $22.19, which is 58% below its 52-week high of $52.50.Urban Outfitters has several issues that have brought its stock to its news in the past year. They include deteriorating business trends, difficult same-store sales comparisons, product issues at its Urban Outfitters brand, including a slowdown in women's apparel, and finally, a serious concern about tariffs on Chinese imports. That said, it continues to be one of the most financially sound retailers that's publicly traded. It finished the first quarter (April 30 quarter end) with no debt, $520 million in cash, and $447 million in free cash flow. Free cash flow yield is one of the metrics I use for non-financials to evaluate the relative value of a stock. In the case of URBN, it has an FCF yield of 23% based on an enterprise value of $1.94 billion. * 7 S&P 500 Dividend Stocks to Buy at Least Yielding 3% As long as it continues to deliver positive same-store sales growth, $23 ought to appear very cheap to investors. Citrix (CTXS)Source: Shutterstock Citrix Systems (NASDAQ:CTXS) is trading within 3% of its 52-week low of $93.12, which is 20% below its 52-week high of $116.82.Citrix, known for its on-premise software for making companies more productive, is moving to the cloud and subscription-based software offerings. The transformation is aimed at creating a platform that provides large enterprises with a hybrid cloud that can grow and adapt based on their needs. Change is always tricky, and while the transformation is expected to take several years, CEO David Henshall insists that it's the right thing to do for customers, employees, and shareholders. Citrix's Intelligent Workspace is a platform for company applications that operate intelligently to improve productivity. The company's goal is to provide enough productivity improvements through its platform to give users back one day of their work week lost to moving between applications. If you look at its revenues for the first quarter ended March 31, you'll see that Citrix's subscription revenues increased by 37% over a year earlier accounting for 19.7% of its overall revenue, 490 basis points higher than a year earlier. As it invests in research and development for the Intelligent Workspace, its subscription revenues will continue to grow at a double-digit pace. Down from its all-time high of $116.82, if it drops below $90, you're getting a terrific deal. 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